A Problem Occurred with this Webpage so it was Reloaded [iPad Error] – Fixed

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  1. Bee Ben says:

    The problem has become steadily worse as more websites include more Flash video and graphics. Apple iDevices do not natively run Flash and Adobe has given up on a mobile version of Flash (too buggy, too vulnerable to hackers, too much battery drain). Sites such as YouTube are dual-encoded, in Flash for desktops and HTML5 for iDevices, so they usually are OK. But if an advertiser has encoded a video or graphic in Flash only, an iDevice will often choke on it and “A problem occurred with this webpage…”

    It is going to get worse, not better and Apple is philosophically opposed to Flash so there is probably no fix coming from them. The only solution will be to go to an Android or other-operating-system mobile device. I’ve gone to an Android phone. Tablet is next.

    • Admin says:

      Glad to hear from you, Bee Ben. It was an informative stuff. I really appreciate it. Hope to see you again. 🙂

    • Andre says:

      I’m sorry, aren’t we talking about iOS devices? Which iOS device do you have that runs flash to display a video player? this article also puzzled me. solution 4 reinstall Java? What? This are iPad’s and iPhones, devices that run native iOS (not Java), so I don’t see how that is a solution.

      That error can happen when the website has a memory leak, if you have too many tab open with webgl context’s it will crash after the 16th context request (for example).

      • Admin says:

        Hi Andre,

        I have already mentioned above, This error mostly arises due to three main reasons i.e. 1. Network issues, 2. Browser issues, and 3. A problem with the web page itself.

        For the Java solution, I have also mentioned the disclaimer: NOTE – I am not sure about this solution. I have never tried it. I just found it on a forum, so I am sharing it with you all.

        Please read the full article before criticizing. Nevertheless, thanks for taking out your time and commenting here for the awareness of readers. 🙂

  2. Danny Mitchell says:

    This error has just about made my iPad worthless. What is interesting is that the problem is much more prevalent on my iPad. None of these suggestions work long term. I have reset my iPad to factory settings multiple times and it continues unabated. Bee Ben is spot on, this is an apple problem that in their arrogance they refuse to address. My only recourse is to replace this iPad with a non-apple device.

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